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Cannot start WebSite because port 80 is being used by W3SVC.exe

I have deverloped a website at work and we typically use port 80/443 for our websites (in development). This has worked well until today when starting the website gives me the error (IIS 7) This ...
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Should I register ports I use in the drivers\etc\services file?

I am working on a Windows service that uses ports to discuss with client applications. I have seen that the ports used by Windows are registered in the C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\services file, ...
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What is Adobe Server 3?

My nmap scan revealed the port with adobeserver3 label (TCP 3703). What is Adobe Server 3, and what does it do?
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Port Scan: What is “netvenuechat”?

I was doing a quick port scan at work (Nmap 6, OS X 10.6.8), and I noticed that nearly all of the computers around me were running a service called "netvenuechat" on Port 1023. Although I've searched ...
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How can I connect to a home automation web controller?

I've bought a remote web controller for home automation. I'd like to write a client software by myself, because the built in interface is ugly & not user friendly. Thus, I'd like to find the ...
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Should I use my firewalls port forwarding feature or have my services listen on alternative ports?

I have an VPS with which I run my own email server sitting out in the ether of the internet which I have SSH access to. My my logging shows I'm getting 500 or so failed attempted connections per day ...
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Starting a service which may have port conflicts with existing service

Is there any way to start a service and force a service that is already running to stop if it uses the port that the service I want to start is going to be using? I'm going to be installing apache ...
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How can I control a remote machine if I know its admin account and password?

A while back I came across some software with which I could fully control a remote machine, but I can't remember its name. I now want to do some automation from my server so that I can put files on ...
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How do I find out what service is using a certain port?

Port 22 specifically. I installed freeSSHd on a windows server 2008 box that only runs IIS. When i try to start the SSH Service, it tells me that the port is already being used. How can I find out ...